Grateful Dead Live at Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Hall on 1979-12-11
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Jack Straw, Loser, Me & My Uncle-> Big River, Althea, Easy To Love You, Minglewood Blues, China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider
Shakedown Street-> Samson & Delilah, Ship of Fools, Terrapin Station-> Lost Sailor-> Saint Of Circumstance-> Drums-> Not Fade Away-> Black Peter-> Sugar Magnolia, E:Alabama Getaway-> E: Promised Land
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|Me And My Uncle>|
|Easy To Love You>|
|New Minglewood Blues|
|China Cat Sunflower>|
|I Know You Rider|
|Samson And Delilah|
|Ship Of Fools|
|Saint Of Circumstance>|
"Mason B. Taylor was a taper from Chicago that recorded concerts by many bands in the Chicagoland area and on Dead tours. He used a Nakamichi 550 with Nakamichi 300 mics with shotgun capsules for most of his earlier recordings. In later years he used Sony D-5 and Sony D-3 cassette recorders with Nakamichi 300 mics.
Mason captured spectacular musical moments and loved to share them with his closest friends. In honor of Mason and all the love he put into his recordings we are now able to share these moments with those who can appreciate them most.
As the shows get uploaded we would love for you to share your stories about the epic times the music evokes so we can all dial back into that moment when the magic was happening.
Thanks to Mason’s family and his Chicago and Cleveland friends for opening up Mason’s Jar…"
Recorded By Mason Taylor on a Nakamichi 550 Cassette Deck,
on chrome tapes, with Nakamichi microphones.
Transferred on a Nak CR 7A.
- 2014-11-29 23:01:25
- Kansas City, KS
- Run time
- Recorded By Mason Taylor on a Nakamichi 550 Cassette Deck, on chrome tapes, with Nakamichi microphones; Transferred on a Nak CR 7A
- Taped by
- Mason B. Taylor
Subject: Quality audience tape
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